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When a brother or sister dies, surviving siblings may receive little support or even recognition of their pain. Parents are so grief-stricken at the loss of a child that they often find themselves unable to cope with the needs of their surviving children. With family and friends concentrating on the parents' tragedy, the suffering of siblings often goes unnoticed.
These intimate, true stories provide valuable insight, demonstrating that the reader is not alone and that others have gone through this devastating experience and have survived. In these pages, sisters and brothers share their innermost feelings, wanting others to gain comfort from their experiences.
Recovering From the Loss of a Sibling also serves as a compassionate aid to friends, co-workers, teachers, family members, and the helping professions.